‘Ghost Recon: Wildlands: Narco Roads’ DLC Carries 15 Missions, New Weapons & Outfits; PS4 Games Tops UK Charts
"Ghost Recon: Wildlands" developers have decided to draw the curtains to reveal the first notable expansion in the game. Ubisoft commemorated the drug-addled occasion with the DLC as well as a launch trailer. Furthermore, it has been revealed that the tactical shooter game has made a comeback on the top spot of the UK Games charts.
New Enemy, New Missions Come To The Game
In the "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" expansion Narco Roads, gamers will be up against a new opponent, that is El Invisible. Joining him will be his gang of subordinates. Ubisoft revealed that the "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" expansions would pack 15 missions, Game Informer reported.
In addition, the new "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" downloadable content will also roll out new weapons and outfits as well as vehicle types. It is expected that Narco Road will be made available to Season Pass Owners with no extra cost. In the meantime, other gamers may have the option of purchasing the latest DLC on April 25. The expansion comes with a $14.99 price tag.
As for the gameplay, Matthew Bertz revealed that "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" features a repetitive gameplay. Bertz noted that the cooperative tactical variety, as well as the open world, make the game a singular experience that is unlike any other shooter game currently in the market. The game is said to be a compelling direction for the series and is pointing to a fertile future. Bertz scored the game an 8.25.
Tactical Shooter Takes Top Spot In UK Chart
In other news, the open world tactical shooter game "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" is back as the UK individual formats chart topper, Metro UK reported. The PS4 game took the first spot while the Xbox One version claimed the second. Tom Clancy's game was then followed by "Horizon Zero Dawn" on PS4 as well as the recently released "The Legend of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild" on the Nintendo Switch.
"Ghost Recon: Wildlands" on PS4 previously placed seventh on the Japanese console chart on April 9. "Monster Hunter XX: Double Cross" on 3DS was the chart topper for the said chart. Back in February, all versions of the game ranked sixth on the U.S. all formats chart.
Watch a DLC review in the video below:
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